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Can you pick the correct seven-letter word that matches each definition?
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8-Letter Vocabulary (Insane)
(n.) a rampart of felled trees bound together placed with their branches outwards
(n.) the outer portion of any place
(v.) to release unconscious psychological tension by talking about or reliving the events that caused it
(n.) a heavy silk, cotton, or woolen fabric with a raised design, often in metallic threads
(n.) a knife, especially a large double-edged one formerly carried as a weapon
(n.) a measure of ten square meters
(n.) a pastoral poem, usually in the form of a dialogue between shepherds
(n.) an ornament produced by notching or carving a rounded molding
(adj.) useless, unusable
(n.) a separate streamlined enclosure on an aircraft for crew, cargo, or engines
(v.) to compromise or put into peril
(adj.) persistently whining or complaining
(v.) to fish for or catch eels by putting a baited hook into crevices where they hide
(v.) to heat an alloy or ore to a temperature high enough to separate the constituents with the lowest melting point from the rest
(n.) a period of five years
(adj.) sharply sarcastic or scathingly critical
(v.) to mark a written or printed word or passage with a dagger or obelus
(adj.) relating to or found in shallow coastal waters
(adj.) resembling snow in color
(n.) a device used to measure bearings relative to the direction in which a boat is traveling
(n.) a musical entertainment with dancing, popular in England in the 18th century
(adj.) compassionate or sorrowful
(n.) any one of the various positions in the structure of a sentence into which a word or phrase of a specific grammatical type can fit
(v.) to howl or wail, in grief or in jubilation
(n.) a person, such as a monk or nun, who has dedicated himself or herself to religion by taking vows
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